The Hotel Brain is an archaic science fiction comedy about four individuals indeterminately serving out a three month long stylized nervous breakdown in linear psychosis fueled by a relentless mounting of indiscreet circumstance combined with copious amounts of extremely dangerous
The individuals all know they're stuck in a book and locked into the disheveled building, in the incontinent mind of a marginally coherent writer, determined to flail about in an attempt to make it through the mounting trials inherent in our space-age society. For a guy in Paul's condition this would be tough even if anything worked around here, which nothing does of course, and to the point where sometimes I seem surprised by the
absence of circus music.
Paul Ash is the editor of Sniffy Linings Press and eBook Factory, and
is the author of several very interesting books including this one.